2014, Catalina 445

Catalina 4452014

325000.00Jacksonville, FL

  • Year: 2014
  • Length: 44'
  • Price: 325000.00
  • Located in Jacksonville, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • YW# 3545071

The 445 is a sleek comfortable cruiser that due to its design pedigree from Gerry Douglas would be comfortable on the local yacht club race course also.  R & R is an exceptionally clean boat and equipped to take you anywhere you want to go.  From her generator, redundant charging system, solar panels, insulated hatch covers to her custom Seadek surfaces in the cockpit she has everything that you could want.
This is the best cruising equipped 445 on the market right now if you do a side by side equipment comparison of the boats currently listed.  For cruisers that really want the absolute best she is currently set up for the installation of a large bank of lithium ion phosphate batteries with a new Victron inverter/charger, Victron BMV, and Victron solar controllers.

R&R's solar panels are a total of 570 Watts twice the capacity of the other boats on the market.  The states that by mid-day the batteries are easily topped back off from the previous night and they will keep up with autopilot, instruments and refrigeration on passages!

The owner of R&R has dutifully kept up with the maintenance and cosmetics for this Catalina. Everything from reconditioning sails, to new electronics, to paint and gel coat. If you want a vessel "ready to cruise," this is your opportunity!


Designer: Gerry Douglas
Keel: Other


length Overall: 44.42 ft
Length Waterline: 38.33 ft
Max Draft: 5.00 ft
Displacement Measure: 24500.00 lb
Ballast Weight Measure: 8200.00 lb
Bridge Clearance Measure:62.83 ft
Beam Measure: 13.58 ft


Engine Brand:Yanmar
Year Built: 2015
Engine Model:4JH5E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1167
Engine Power:54|horsepower


Fresh Water Tanks:3(179 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1(66 Gallons)


Number of double berths:
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Fusion stereo system with cd changer with interior and exterior speakers Fusion controls integrated into the Raymarine MFD
Samsung 32 inch LED flat screen TVBose interior speakersRaymarine VHFRule high water alarmVictron Multi Plus Compact 12/2000/80 inverter/chargerOriginal battery charger as back-upFrigidaire microwavePrincess Gourmet II 3 burner with oven propane stove Princess exhaust hood2 aluminum LPG storage tanksLED interior lightingHatch bug screensACR Coastal Fix EPIRBDoyle restitched main and Genoa 2017Spare bowthruster controlSpare fresh water pumpSpare fuel pumpSpares for engineTwo E-Marine Sytems Solartech Universal 285 watt solar panels with Victron MPPT Solar Charge ControllerVictron BMV-712 Smart Battery MonitorAtlantic Towers arch with 6:1 Selden lifting tackle dinghy and a separate one for an outboard motor(2017)Dodger lenses are Makralon UV with snap on Sunbrella coverDoyle UPS Asymmetrical Reaching Sail with Selden Code X furling system (2018)PYI Dripless shaft seal installed October 2018
New Pettit Ultima 60 bottom paint October 2018
3 new 8D batteries December 2018
Separate engine and generator starting battery (which was an option for this model).
65 pound Mantus anchor with 125? of 5/16 HT chain new in 2018
New Raymarine HD radar in 2017
Seadek installation in cockpit in - thicker pieces used at wheels 2019
New cockpit cushions in 2017
6 person Revere life raft
Insulated cockpit table and companionway cover with battens 1.25" stainless tubing for bimini and dodger

Electronics and Navigation
New electronic equipment 9/2019:

  • Raymarine Axiom Pro 12 RVX MFD w/RealVision 3D
  • Raymarine 1KW CHIRP SONAR - Navionics + Chart
  • Raymarine EV-400 Sail Evolution Autopilot
  • Raymarine I70S System Pack: Wind/Speed/Depth
  • Raymarine I70S Multi-function Instrument Display
  • AIS 700 Class B


  • Doyle restitched main and Genoa 2017
  • Doyle UPS Asymmetrical Reaching Sail with Selden Code X furling system (2018)
  • Sails reconditioned by Mack Sails 2019

She is laid out with 1 single berth and 3 double berths.  There are two separate heads and showers one in the forward stateroom to port and the second aft on the starboard.

On Deck
Catalina leads sail controls to the cabintop in the same configuration on all the boats in the line. If you know one Catalina you know them all. Traveler controls for both sides are led to one point, so you don''t switch spots to adjust. When you live with a boat, these things matter, and if you are fortunate enough to have berthing that allows you to board via the transom, life on a 445 could not be easier. Twin independent backstays provide extra security for the mast and open the stern passageway. A dedicated electronics hotspot just forward of the traveler (and clear of foot traffic) eliminates a forest of antennas on the transom.
Add twin wheels and transom lifelines that open with pelican hooks, then retract and disappear, and there''s a clear passage from the swim step to a cockpit that is highly fit for entertaining. The table holds an insulated cooler, handrails, engine panel, and a chart-plotter housing that rotates port/starboard.

The back of the house is properly squared off so that you can rest against it at sea. Trust me on this one: curved seating is great for cocktail time, but when you''re putting on the miles you spend time resting your back against the house, or stretched out sleeping, and this cockpit is long enough for that. 

A Seldon rig with in-mast furling is standard; vertical battens aid mainsail shape.  The spar is deck-stepped to the top plate of a compression post. This configuration lessens noise below while eliminating the leaks of keel-stepped masts. Genoa tracks are 13''9" long to accommodate adjustments to large overlapping headsails.

On Deck
The decks of the 445 are uncluttered and easy to get around at the dock or at sea.  The shrouds are inboard enough to allow easy passage forward.  There are 6 opening deck hatches and 4 opening ports that allow plenty of light and air through the boat.  The hatches all have insulated covers also.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.